Spring 2020 Order of the Engineer Ceremony
Purdue Society of Professional Engineers (PSPE) invites you to participate in the 96th Order of the Engineer Ceremony on Sunday, April 26th from 12:00m-1:00pm in the WALC Hiler Theater. The Order of the Engineer is a meaningful opportunity for graduating or already graduated engineering students to show pride and responsibility in their profession and includes taking an ethical oath called the Obligation of an Engineer.

This semester’s keynote speaker is Dr. Partha Mukherjee, Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering. He has a successful career researching energy storage and conversion (batteries, fuel cells), mesoscale physics and stochastics and reactive transport, materials, processing, and microstructure interactions.

To participate in the event, you must register by Monday, April 22nd. There is a one-time $20 fee that covers the cost of participating in the ceremony, where you will receive a stainless steel ring to be worn on the small finger of your working hand, and a certificate. Payments will be accepted at the PSPE office in HAMP 1250, or through Purdue’s Online Payment System by Monday, April 22nd.

If you do not know your ring size, you may come to the PSPE office during any of the office hours posted on our website to measure your ring size. If you have additional questions or concerns, please feel free to contact PSPE with any questions at pspe@ecn.purdue.edu

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Email: pspe@ecn.purdue.edu
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